US Junior Am: All Square After 18

I love match play golf. If I had it my way, stroke play would be a thing of the past. Nevertheless, I have realized that my dream is not going to become a reality. At least the USGA gets it right with many of its championships.

The 62nd US Junior Amateur Championship is down to the top two players. The final round is taking place today, and you may have already started following it with coverage by the Golf Channel.

Jordan Spieth of Dallas, Texas and Jay Hwang of San Diego, California are battling it out for the nation's most prestigious junior title.

After 18 holes, it is all square. Of course, the players have one more 18 left to decide the champion. You can follow the action live on the USGA website if you aren't glued to TGC today.

On the first 18, there were four lead changes. Naturally, it looks like this is going to end up being a close one. Spieth held onto the lead for the longest stretch - he led for seven holes. More updates to come.

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